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Westminster Books is offering deals on catechisms and resources to help teach them.
“Even today, when my husband tells other people that I’m smarter than he is, I instinctively wince. He means it as a compliment; but I still see it as a social liability—an aspect of my character that, for many people, conflicts with my very womanhood and for some, my ability to be spiritually mature.”
“I have had the privilege of spending the last 13 years working as a music teacher and crisis counselor for teens. The following six tips represent a handful of lessons I have learned along the way. If you are the parent of a teenager or pre-teen, I pray that you find this helpful.”
It is good to be reminded of the amazing privileges we enjoy by living in wealthy countries.
This is a long but interesting look at the recent history of France and the division within the country.
This is the start of what looks like a promising little series of videos.
Broken Wolves are “the false teachers who use their own authenticity, pain, and brokenness to attract believers who are also suffering and broken—and then using their ‘brokenness’ to lead the sheep to turn away from God’s Word and embrace sin. They blend into the flock because Christians are not—and should not be—suspicious of broken people.”
This is a thought-provoking take on hills to die on.
Is it a good idea to tweet during a sermon? I’ll just go ahead and lay my cards on the table and say that I am convinced that it is neither wise nor helpful, either to you or to the people around you. Here are five good reasons.
My gratitude goes to Reformation Heritage Books for sponsoring the blog with “Family Worship Has Fallen on Hard Times.”
If we found on Mars what we find in the womb, there would be no doubt life was discovered.—Garrett Kell